fixed-rate


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fixed-rate

[ˈfɪkstˌreɪt] ADJ (Fin) → a tipo fijo
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Sean Mooney arranged a 15 year fixed-rate, nonrecourse loan to refinance a 2 buildings located the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn.
NOW could be the best time to lock into a mortgage deal, say finance experts, after a number of lenders have announced over the past few days that they were cutting their fixed-rate home loans.
THE cost of fixed-rate mortgage deals is still rising.
Fears that interest rates could rise next month have led a record proportion of first-time buyers to opt for a fixed-rate mortgage, according to new data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
He plans to pay for the construction by refinancing his 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at an interest rate of 5.
For example, assume we have three companies, each with the same fixed-rate asset, variable-rate debt, and a pay-fixed, receive-variable swap.
Home buyers and refinancers nationwide are likely to get a new carrot dangled in front of them when they apply for a fixed-rate mortgage this year: Discount rates and fees, if borrowers agree not to pay off their loan within the first several years - and are willing to pay a cash penalty if they do.
This alternative offers you protection against rising rates with future flexibility to convert back to other financing options with a less onerous prepayment penalty than the traditional fixed-rate loan.
6) Generally speaking, if a rise in rates and a fall in rates of the same amount were viewed as equally likely, and the savings currently available from refinancing were relatively modest, the typical homeowner with a fixed-rate mortgage would probably choose to wait.
GE Commercial Finance Real Estate has provided a $391 million senior fixed-rate mortgage loan, backed by a portfolio owned by Ansonia Apartments.
His decision: to refinance the remaining $450,000 on his 30-year, fixed-rate loan with a 7.

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